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hood1982 wrote:
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Adam and Eve it?
Cockney rhyming slang, or so I suppose: Adam and Eve = believe.


Oh! I had no idea what the hell that was. I thought it must be a new site to buy/sell, and he wanted to buy it. Adam n Eve it or not! Wink


Well, I had already bought them, hadn't I?
And for so little Arthur Ashe (= cash)!
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Had You? I did but I have no idea if you had. You make very little floating fence (F.ing sense). Splickitty the same lingity as the rest of us das darko.

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I think the Aussies like that rhyming slang--but pretty good, hood...
 
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I recently found a used Blues LP and it is definitely a gem:

Snooks Eaglin - The Legacy Of The Blues Vol. 2, GNP Crescendo GNPS-10012

Sparse instrumentation as most tracks are simply Eaglin playing guitar and singing. It's an excellent stereo recording from 1971.

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heyjoe wrote:
I think the Aussies like that rhyming slang--but pretty good, hood...
Originally released by Sonet as part of a 12 LP series. The GNP was a US reissue of 1979 see:

http://www.wirz.de/music/eaglfrm.htm
 
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Originally released by Sonet as part of a 12 LP series. The GNP was a US reissue of 1979 see:

http://www.wirz.de/music/eaglfrm.htm


Ben C., Thanks for the link!

Prior to finding this Snooks Eaglin LP my only knowledge of him was limited to one track on a budget Blues compilation CD I've owned for a number of years. I like this 1971 recording a lot. I don't often find Blues records in Wyoming and Montana, but I'll definitely be on the lookout for more of Eaglin's records.

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Post subject: Today's Blues Finds  PostPosted: Jan 15, 2013 - 01:39 PM
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from last summer----- it's unusual to find any of these earlier blues sets totally intact.

this is a set of three 12 inch 78s



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from last summer----- it's unusual to find any of these earlier blues sets totally intact.

this is a set of three 12 inch 78s


Very nice find! I only have one Leadbelly 78. I've never seen that album.

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I never knew there were 12"s ! I usually assume all 12" sets are going to be classical and quickly flip past. I need to keep a closer eye!! Good find Wurlitzer!

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My latest batch of goodies:

45s:
Paul Gayten: Tickle Toe/Windy - Argo 5300
Buster Brown: Crawling King Snake/The Presence of You - blue Checker 1099 repress
Rufus Thomas: Funky Robot Pts. I and II - Stax 0153 DJ copy
Clifton Chenier: Keep on Knocking/U promised me Love - Crazy Cajun 800
Bill Doggett: Blip Blop/Tanya - blue King 45-5138
Z. Z. Hill: Hold Back (One Man at a Time)/Put a little love in yr heart - Rare Bullet 4241
Piano Red: Jumpin' with daddy/She knocks me out - Groove 4G-0136 repro from the 1980s
H. B. Barnum: H. B. Boogie/Don & Dewey: Jump awhile - Fidelity 3017
Earl Hooker: I Feel Good/Big Boe & The Nighthawks: My Thing - JBE 45-001 a bootleg outta the funk/soul scene; the Hooker is from his Blue Thumb LP ; nice pic of James Brown on the label

78s:
Pvt. Cecil Gant: I'll remember you/Cecil's Mop Mop - Gilt-Edge 500 prevue copy
Flip Phillips Quartet: Flip's Boogie/Blue Room - Blue Star 526 with Buddy Rich, Ray Brown, Hank Jones
Roy Milton and His Solid Senders: Big Fat Mama/Thrill Me - red and silver Specialty 518
 
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